Jeff Hiller is an actor and comedian based in New York City currently playing Joel opposite Bridget Everett on HBO’s  “Somebody Somewhere”. Other TV:  “30Rock” (fun fact: two episodes playing two different characters!), “Ugly Betty”, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”, “Broad City”, “Difficult People”, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”, “The McCarthy’s”, “Community”, and a lot of shows that no one remembers or saw. Jeff has played crime solving computer geniuses on both “Law and Order: Criminal Intent” and “Psych” (Maybe cause of the glasses?). Jeff was a regular on Ali Wentworth’s series Nightcap, played Antoine Donner in “The Real Hotwives…“, and Maggie’s new work friend on the third season of “Playing House“. At the movies, Jeff played a snooty waiter to Hugh Dancy and Rose Byrne in “Adam”, a pissed off waiter to Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell in the Netflix comedy, Set It Up and aged into being a maitre’d opposite Chloe Grace Moretz and Isabelle Huppert in “Greta”. Jeff also played the Naked Ghost opposite Ricky Gervais in “Ghost Town” and while the character’s back story was never revealed, I got the vibe he was a waiter in his living life.

NY stage:  Bloody, Bloody Andrew JacksonSilence! (the musical version of “Silence of the Lambs”), Bright Colors, Bold Patterns, Heartbreak House, Midsummer Nights Dream, Love’s Labours Lost, (NYSF) Lady, Be Good!, Disney’s Hercules and Public Works first NYC production of The Tempest. Regional credits include La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe, Bucks County Playhouse and Goodspeed Opera House.

As a comedian, Jeff performed for 20 years at the UCB Theatre in both New York and Los Angeles, was a story slam host for The Moth, and has performed several solo shows at Joe’s Pub including “Grief Bacon”, “The Designing Women Monologues” and “Middle Aged Ingenue”.

Jeff is married to artist Neil Goldberg and is the parent to a beautiful, bouncing cat named Beverly and a sweet dog named YvonneDeCarlo (she doesn’t have an instagram page… yet?). Before moving to New York, Jeff was a social worker in Denver, Colorado working with homeless youth and HIV prevention. No, seriously.